Whether you’re considering targeted therapy for the first time or you’ve had it before, AUGTYRO offers people like yourself a specific treatment option.

AUGTYRO was studied in people whose cancer was NTRK+. This study included people in two important groups: 40 people who had no previous treatment with targeted therapy, and 48 people who were previously treated with targeted therapy.


Many tumors in
different areas of the
body can be NTRK+

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AUGTYRO has been shown to provide results for people with NTRK+ cancer.

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AUGTYRO, taken orally in pill form, is targeted to treat NTRK+ cancer. Response to treatment may vary.

Study Results

Study Results in people with NTRK+ cancer who were given AUGTYRO

NTRK+ tumors can occur in many different types of cancer throughout the body. The AUGTYRO study included people with non-small cell lung cancer, salivary gland cancer, thyroid cancer, soft-tissue sarcoma, breast cancer, glioblastoma, and several other cancers.

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Individual experience may vary. If tumors disappear during treatment, continuing treatment is still necessary.

*The disappearance of many measurable tumors in response to treatments does not necessarily mean the cancer has been cured.


To determine your specific type, your cancer may have been
tested for a unique marker, called a biomarker. Some cancers,
like yours, test positive for NTRK. While your diagnosis is a rare
type of cancer, knowing your biomarker helped your doctor
determine that AUGTYRO may be right for you.



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Biomarkers (also called tumor markers) can offer valuable insight into your cancer. They are determined through biomarker testing. This is when your doctor checks a blood or tissue sample for certain genes, proteins, or other markers that could be a sign of a specific disease or cancer.

Here’s why knowing your biomarker is important:

  • Biomarkers give you and your doctor details about your cancer so that your doctor can accurately diagnose it.
  • They help determine the best plan of action. Think of biomarkers as keys that help you and your doctor unlock treatment options.

All in all, biomarker testing (also referred to as tumor testing or molecular testing) helped you and your doctor determine that you have NTRK+ cancer and that AUGTYRO may be an effective treatment for you.



AUGTYRO is a targeted therapy to treat NTRK+ cancer. It’s a prescription oral treatment that’s designed to help identify certain cancer cells, and shut off their “grow” signals.

AUGTYRO is not chemotherapy—it’s a targeted NTRK+ treatment.


AUGTYRO is a targeted therapy which means it zeroes in on proteins related to the NTRK gene. Most types of targeted therapies like AUGTYRO help fight specific proteins that cause tumors to grow and spread throughout the body.

AUGTYRO is a precise way of helping fight NTRK+ cancer.

How AUGTYRO is Taken


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Take AUGTYRO as directed

If you miss a dose or vomit at any time after taking a dose of AUGTYRO, do not take an extra dose. Take your next dose at the regularly scheduled time. Do not take 2 doses at the same time to make up a missed or vomited dose.


AUGTYRO treats NTRK+ cancer with an oral treatment in pill form that you can take from the comfort of your home.


AUGTYRO can be taken with or without food. It should be swallowed whole with water at about the same time each day as prescribed. Avoid eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice during your treatment with AUGTYRO. Remember not to open, crush, chew, or dissolve the capsule. Do not take a capsule if it is broken, cracked, or damaged.


From Day 1 to Day 14, your doctor will start you on a once-daily dose. Starting on Day 15, the dose may be increased to twice daily.


If you are experiencing any side effects, contact your care team. Your healthcare team will work closely with you to help manage these side effects with changes in dosing. In some cases they may temporarily or permanently stop treatment.

Sticking to Your Schedule

It’s necessary to take AUGTYRO as prescribed by your doctor. This will help enable your treatment to be effective as you fight NTRK+ cancer. Below are ways to help you remember to take a dose:

Develop a routine
Take AUGTYRO at about the same time each day to make it easier to remember. For example, at 8 AM and 8 PM.
Or maybe before you brush your teeth in the morning and before you brush at night.

Give yourself a reminder
Place a note where you’re likely to see it or set an alarm on your phone.

Use a child-resistant pill box
Keep track of your dosing schedule with a pill box labeled with the days of the week.

Record each dose
Use a calendar or a reminder app to check off when you’ve taken AUGTYRO each day.

Be prepared when traveling
Carry your AUGTYRO with you.

Possible side effects

Possible Side Effects to Look Out For

During treatment with AUGTYRO, side effects may occur. It’s important to be mindful, track changes, and assess how you’re feeling.

Rely on your care team

To have helpful conversations with them, remember to let your team know if you are experiencing any new or different symptoms at any time during your treatment.

AUGTYRO may cause serious side effects, including:

  • Central nervous system (CNS) effects
  • Lung problems (pneumonitis)
  • Liver problems
  • Muscle problems
  • Increased uric acid in your blood (hyperuricemia)
  • Bone

The most common side effects of AUGTYRO include:

  • Dizziness
  • Change in sense of taste
  • Feeling of numbness or tingling in your arms or legs
  • Constipation
  • Shortness of breath
  • Tiredness
  • Trouble with balance, coordination,
    and walking
  • Problems with thinking, such as forgetfulness or confusion, memory problems and hallucinations
  • Muscle
  • Nausea

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During this journey, remember that you're not alone. Reach out to your healthcare team, caregivers, friends, and loved ones. Here are some organizations that offer support to help you stay you.*

*Bristol Myers Squibb does not endorse these organizations. The information/links provided by Bristol Myers Squibb are meant for informational purposes only and are not meant to replace a physician’s medical advice.

Common Questions


Don’t hesitate to reach out to your doctor or healthcare team. Here are some questions to help you start a conversation with them.

  • How does AUGTYRO work?
  • Do you think AUGTYRO will help me?
  • What are the potential side effects that I may experience?
  • How often will I need scans or follow-up visits during treatment?
  • How will I know if AUGTYRO is working?
  • Will this treatment impact my daily life in any way?

BMS Access support

BMS Access support

At BMS, we provide support with purpose.

The BMS Access Support program is dedicated to helping patients access their prescribed BMS
medications. BMS Access Support provides resources to help patients understand their insurance
coverage, offers educational materials to support patients throughout their treatment journey,
and provides information on financial support options, including co-pay assistance for eligible
commercially-insured patients.

To learn more, ask your doctor, visit BMS Access Support, or call BMS Access Support at
1-800-861-0048, 8 am to 8 pm ET, Monday – Friday.

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Pricing Information

Specialty Pharmacies

How to get AUGTYRO

You can get AUGTYRO through certain specialty pharmacies that handle treatments, including AUGTYRO, which are not stocked at regular neighborhood pharmacies.

Most specialty pharmacies deliver medications by mail.

Here are some steps your doctor’s office and the specialty pharmacy must do before AUGTYRO can be shipped to you:

  • Make sure that your health insurance plan has approved AUGTYRO.
  • Discuss shipping details with you.
  • Collect your co-pay.

Your specialty pharmacy will call to confirm your details. Make sure you save their number in your phone so you can answer right away or return their calls. This will help you get your AUGTYRO treatment on time.